After nine solo studio albums and a handful of collaboration projects, Chris Brown is apparently keeping it simple naming his upcoming tenth crack at the Billboard 200 crown.

“My 10th studio album will be called …… BREEZY,” he exclaimed in his Instagram stories on Thursday (July 9).

Fans haven’t gone without a shortage of Chris Brown music these past few years. In May, he unexpectantly linked up with Young Thug for the well-received joint album Slime & B. The project wasn’t a huge sales draw but did usher in new collaborations with Future, Gunna, E-40 and Too $hort.

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On the solo front, Brown’s last album, 2019’s Indigo debuted atop the Billboard 200 (his third in total) with over 96,000 total album equivalent sales in its first week.

In June, he also beat out his peers by taking home the 2020 BET Best Male R&B/Pop Artist Award.

No reports on a release date on Breezy as of press time.